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Old 08-30-2019, 03:11 AM
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Default Weird issue with h100i

Hey guys first time building a pc.

On first boot my Corsair h100i rgb platinum is recognized in the bios as the cpu fan with a constant 4500 rpm.
After unplugging the radiator and just leaving the pump on to see what happens, same thing, 4500 rpm on the cpu header.
Have played around and it’s definitely not the two case fans, they run at around 1200.
The pump is also not recognized in the bios at all.

My cpu temps seem to sway between 48 and 53 Celsius.

Scared to fully boot because I’m scared of the high rpm of the pump and don’t want to break anything, anybody got an idea what could be the culprit?
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Old 08-30-2019, 09:55 AM
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There's nothing here that seems out of place. The pump should report RPMs around there to the CPU header. It won't be "recognized" as a pump. The fan header connection really only supplies RPM - there isn't anything for the system to "detect" other than that value.
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